"After evaluating a range of managed hosting options to support our data operations, we chose Atlantic.Net because of their superior infrastructure and extensive technical knowledge."
Secure Virtual Private Cloud
Atlantic.Net Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) enables you to have complete logical isolation on a virtual network using the Atlantic.Net Cloud. VPC is like a physical network that you would see in a data center; however, it completely resides on Atlantic.Net's Cloud services and is 100% logically separated from other VPCs in the Atlantic.Net Cloud. This allows you to have a secure and compliant network, as with a dedicated host, while adding all the features of cloud-like scalability.
Atlantic.Net VPC Benefits
Atlantic.Net VPC Features
Restrict access to your servers with the Atlantic.Net Managed Firewall..
Securely connect to your Atlantic.Net VPC on a smartphone, computer, office, etc. via Atlantic.Net's VPN.
Intrusion Prevention Service
Atlantic.Net's Intrusion Prevention Service analyzes network traffic flows and blocks the malicious security threats from coming into your VPC.
Atlantic.Net captures network traffic going in and out of your VPC and integrates this into an easy-to-read report.
Distribute incoming traffic load across multiple Atlantic.Net servers for improved performance and redundancy.
Enable Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) to your VPN and route your own IP ranges to Atlantic.Net's Cloud infrastructure.
Connect between other cloud servers without the need for an external IP address.
VPC to VPC
Connect your VPC network across other projects or even other companies (upon request) with secure VPN tunnels.
We can easily customize the network configurations on your Atlantic.Net VPC. Below are some popular use cases with VPC; however, Atlantic.Net VPC is not limited to this. Please consult your Atlantic.Net sales representative to consult on all available options
with Managed Firewall
In this scenario, the Firewall NATs a public IP address to the private IP address on the server. By default, all ports on the firewall are closed. To open a port, a request needs to be made to our SOC team detailing the specific port to open. For example, you may be running a web server, and you would need to open port 443 to allow HTTPS traffic to flow through.
with VPN and NAT
In this scenario, we have the same functionality as the VPC with the Atlantic.Net Managed Firewall, but with the addition of a secure virtual private network (VPN) from your network. This gives your company's system admins, developers, and other authorized personnel a secure way of accessing the environment. Atlantic.Net uses IPsec and OpenVPN to connect, and we can connect our firewall to your firewall or our firewall to your device. Public IPs still NAT to private IPs, and ports can still be opened and closed.
with VPN without NAT
Like Atlantic.Net's VPC with VPN and NAT, we can create a secure tunnel from your corporate network to the Atlantic.Net cloud infrastructure. Additionally, we can completely segment off the public network to the cloud servers. This creates a complete extension of your network into the VPC.
with Load Balancing
In this scenario, we have added load balancing to the VPC. With load balancing, incoming traffic can be distributed across multiple Atlantic.Net Cloud servers. This creates better performance and additional redundancy.
In this scenario, we have added replication to another site with VPC for redundancy purposes. This creates a hot copy of your server to a completely different facility. In a disaster event, we can fail everything over from one facility to the next.
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- Jason Coleman
Vp of Information Technology, Orlando Magic
- Erin Chapple
General Manager for Windows Server, Microsoft Corp.
"Atlantic.Net’s support for Windows Server Containers in their cloud platform brings additional choice and options for our joint customers in search of flexible and innovative cloud services."
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